Tomorrow Waltz

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"Tomorrow Waltz"
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Single by Toshinobu Kubota
from the album Timeless Fly
ReleasedJanuary 27, 2010
Recorded2009
Genre R&B
Length5:00
Label SME Records, Mastersix Foundation
Songwriter(s) Toshinobu Kubota
Producer(s) Toshinobu Kubota, Yoichiro Kakizaki
Toshinobu Kubota singles chronology
"Flying Easy Loving Crazy"
(2008)
"Tomorrow Waltz"
(2010)
"Star Light"
(2010)

"Tomorrow Waltz" is a song recorded by Japanese musician/singer Toshinobu Kubota. It was released on January 27, 2010, as the third single from Kubota's fifteenth studio album Timeless Fly.

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Background

"Tomorrow Waltz" was released on January 27, 2010, as the third single. The single was also released with a DVD containing the music video for "Ooh wee rida", a song featured on the single "Tomorrow Waltz". "Tomorrow Waltz" was written by Kubota and arranged by Yoichiro Kakizaki. The song became the theme song for NHK drama show "No Tomorrow". The song "Star Light" was also released on January 27, 2010, on the B-side of "Tomorrow Waltz".

Chart performance

"Tomorrow Waltz" peaked at number 22 on the Oricon Daily Singles chart and number 36 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart. [1] [2]

Track listing

  1. Tomorrow Waltz
  2. Star Light
  3. Ooh Wee Rida
  1. Ooh Wee Rida (Music video)

Charts

Chart (2010)Peak
position
Oricon Daily Singles22
Oricon Weekly Singles36

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References

  1. Toshinobu Kubota Oricon Ranking CD Single. Oricon Japan. Retrieved on August 13, 2012
  2. Daily Single Rankings: 2010/01/26. Oricon Charts Live Journal. Retrieved on September 15, 2012